The Tasmanian Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae diemenensis) is an extinct subspecies of the Emu. It was found on Tasmania where it had become isolated during the Late Pleistocene. As opposed to the other insular emu taxa, the King Island and the Kangaroo Island Emu, the population on Tasmania was sizable, meaning that there were no marked effects of small population size as in the other two isolates. More information...
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